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Given the evolving nature of cybersecurity and compliance, many businesses lack the immediate resources to effectively hire and maintain the Data Protection Officer (DPO) role. But having a DPO is critical to protecting critical data and systems, as well as ensuring ongoing compliance.
The DPO advises, trains and informs your company and staff on data protection obligations. The DPO lends advice on data protection impact assessments and monitors compliance with data protection law. Your DPO also acts as a point of contact of data subjects and supervisory authorities.
And most importantly, a DPO must be able to report directly to the highest levels of management within your organization. So, if you don’t have the resources to hire an internal DPO, you should consider hiring an outsourced Data Protection Officer.
By outsourcing the role of DPO to RSI Security you’ll be able to achieve the following:
- Engage our experienced team of data privacy specialists in various industries
- Outsource your data protection so you can focus on core business functions
- Improve the level of compliance with all applicable regulatory frameworks
- Mitigate risk and prevent data breaches using RSI Security’s cyber defense experts
- Gain ownership and structure of all privacy and data protection activities
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Who needs to appoint a Data Protection Officer (DPO)?
You are required to appoint a Data Protection Officer (DPO) if any of the following applies to your organization:
You are a public authority or body that collect and/or process personal data from EU data subjects.
Examples: Schools, Higher educational organizations, Government departments
Your core business activities consist of processing operations, which require regular and systematic monitoring of EU data subjects on a large scale.
Examples: Data driven marketing, Loyalty programs, Behavioral Advertising
Your core business activities consist of processing on a large scale of special categories of personal data relating to criminal convictions and offences.
Examples: Personal data revealing racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, or trade union membership, and the processing of genetic data, biometric data for the purpose of uniquely identifying a natural person, data concerning health or data concerning a natural person's sex life or sexual orientation.
Your processing is being carried out on a large scale
Examples: Processing of patient data in the regular course of business by a hospital; Processing of travel data of individuals using a city’s public transport system; Processing of real time geo-location data of customers of an international fast food chain for statistical purposes by a processor specialised in providing these services; Processing of personal data for behavioural advertising by a search engine; Processing of data (content, traffic, location) by telephone or internet service providers.
Regular or systematic monitoring of data subjects: Pre-arranged, organised or methodical processing that is taking place as part of a general plan for data collection and carried out as part of a strategy.
Examples: Data-driven marketing activities; Profiling for the purposes of credit scoring; establishment of insurance premiums; loyalty programs; behavioural advertising; monitoring of wellness.
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What we'll need from you
- Provide resources necessary to carry out DPO tasks
- Access to personal data and processing operations
- Active senior management support
- Official communication of the designation of the DPO to all staff
- DPO shall report to the senior management
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